Bicol Municipal LGU’s Income Trail Others

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For purposes of checking out how Bicol municipal LGUs’ income compare outside of the region, thus we continue the series on this one.

Twenty five towns of the Philippines earned between +P200M and +P1.05B for the year 2006. The National Capital Region’s San Juan dwarfed all others on this category.

As with the previous year, only one town from Mindanao entered the list. All others came from Luzon, and many around the sphere of influence of metro Manila.

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National Rank Province/Region LGU Annual Income
1 Metro Manila San Juan 1,059,273,000
2 Laguna Biñan 575,848,591
3 Cavite Dasmariñas 499,023,581
4 Rizal Cainta 474,856,401
5 Laguna Cabuyao 461,709,483
6 Cavite Bacoor 432,900,135
7 Cavite Gen. Trias 410,808,690
8 Metro Manila Navotas 355,710,876
9 Cavite Imus 342,761,902
10 Laguna San Pedro 315,971,278
11 Cavite Rosario 310,857,109
12 Quezon Pagbilao 297,972,255
13 Rizal Rodriguez 292,435,223
14 Bulacan Meycauayan 286,415,772
15 Bataan Mariveles 274,652,362
16 Rizal Taytay 268,718,878
17 Quezon Mauban 256,811,001
18 Cavite Carmona 250,452,927
19 Pampanga Mabalacat 217,593,697
20 Rizal Binangonan 215,727,286
21 Batangas Sto. Tomas 214,218,373
22 Bulacan Norzagaray 211,262,641
23 Batangas Nasugbu 205,847,329
24 Bulacan Sta. Maria 204,371,183
25 Davao Oriental Mati 202,138,079

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Nine towns earned an annual income of +P150M but less than P200M. Here, the Bicol’s Daet came third from the bottom and 32nd overall. Still the list is swarmed with LGUS from Luzon and one town from the province of South Cotabato, in Mindanao.

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National Rank Province Municipality Annual Income
26 Bulacan Marilao 196,560,056
27 Cavite Silang 195,808,640
28 Bataan Limay 194,595,218
29 Batangas Bauan 183,282,791
30 South Cotabato Polomolok 168,303,400
31 Isabela Ilagan 166,857,000
32 Camarines Norte Daet 158,093,136
33 Occidental Mindoro Sablayan 154,082,405
34 Pampanga Mexico 153,990,074

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We’re taking note of the town of Malay in the province of Aklan where the island of Boracay is also part of its municipal territory.  Malay registered an annual income of P68,461,430.

From the national government, it received an IRA share of P28,224,670. Malay is 41.227% dependent from IRA for the year 2006. At the end of the year, it has an excess money of P12,711,130.

Malay ranked 283rd nationally but second in provincial income following the capital of Kalibo.

We mention Malay here as we are keeping a close watch on the possible (and upcoming) tourism windfall for the town of Caramoan and neighboring LGUs in the years to come.

The top Bicol towns ranked nationally as: Daraga (55th), Labo (115th), Libmanan (128th), Polangui (196th), Pili (207th), Aroroy (213th), Guinobatan (214th), Bulan (227th), Camalig (242nd), Calabanga (244th), Libon (249th).

Also, Sipocot(287th), Nabua (294th), Tinambac (302nd), Oas (305th), Virac (307th), Tiwi (317th), Ragay (318th), Pilar (351st), Bula (362nd), Claveria (364th), Milagros (376th).

IRA Share. Twenty one municipal LGUs nationwide received an Internal Revenue Allotment share over and above P100M led by Dasmarinas (Cavite). Except for four towns from Mindanao and one from the Visayas (Leyte province), all others come from Luzon.

The top earner town of San Juan (NCR) received an IRA share of P82,067,000 (rank 54th).

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Rank Province LGU Annual Income IRA Share
1 Cavite Dasmariñas 499,023,581 223,158,228
2 Cavite Bacoor 432,900,135 191,658,669
3 Rizal Cainta 474,856,401 155,526,182
4 Laguna San Pedro 315,971,278 147,122,236
5 Occidental Mindoro Sablayan 154,082,405 143,352,775
6 Isabela Ilagan 166,857,000 139,706,000
7 Cavite Imus 342,761,902 134,625,743
8 Rizal Taytay 268,718,878 133,276,863
9 Metro Manila Navotas 355,710,876 126,145,818
10 Rizal Binangonan 215,727,286 125,981,610
11 Laguna Biñan 575,848,591 122,151,611
12 Pampanga Mabalacat 217,593,697 114,503,480
13 Cavite Silang 195,808,640 113,007,736
14 Agusan Del Sur La Paz 113,599,494 111,634,036
15 Isabela San Mariano 119,554,000 109,125,000
16 Agusan Del Sur Loreto 105,354,824 104,008,142
17 Sarangani Malungon 113,330,776 103,940,152
18 Leyte Hilongos 110,839,190 103,660,581
19 Bulacan Meycauayan 286,415,772 103,223,281
20 Palawan Taytay 115,483,978 102,087,238
21 Agusan Del Sur Bayugan 117,506,828 100,738,470

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At the end of the year, 12 municipal LGU’s nationwide saved +P50M. Bicol’s Daet ranked 5th in savings. Except for 2 towns from Negros Oriental and Leyte, with 1 each, all others came from Luzon and not one from Mindanao.

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Rank Province LGU Annual Income Excess
1 Metro Manila San Juan 1,059,273,000 482,423,000
2 Laguna Biñan 575,848,591 166,213,735
3 Quezon Pagbilao 297,972,255 158,967,356
4 Batangas Sto. Tomas 214,218,373 95,051,913
5 Camarines Norte Daet 158,093,136 78,809,415
6 Rizal Cainta 474,856,401 78,418,153
7 Batangas Nasugbu 205,847,329 67,301,258
8 Antique Caluya 92,983,490 61,996,530
9 Cagayan Baggao 103,498,000 57,438,000
10 Negros Oriental Valencia 142,161,872 56,962,032
11 Leyte Hilongos 110,839,190 55,967,975
12 Cavite Dasmariñas 499,023,581 55,691,281

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To be continued.


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